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document 940: Why does the song information change from what is showing in Windows?
When you load or add a song to MP3 CD Burner, the software reads the "tags" or song information. In some cases, the "tags" are different than the actual filename. For example, you could have a file called "stings-lost-paradise.mp3" located in your "My Documents" folder, but the tag information...
19 Jun, 2008
document 941: Searches come up empty. Can't find any songs.
Acoustica MP3 CD Burner does not search the Internet for music, it only searches your computer's hard drive(s). If you know the songs are already on your computer, but they are still not coming up, try this: In MP3 CD Burner, click on the File menu and select Preferences. In the Sound Scan...
19 Jun, 2008
document 942: I have Windows Vista and my music library always comes up empty!
The music library problem is due to one of Windows Vista's new security measures. Windows Vista is not allowing MP3 CD Burner to make changes to its own music library file. To avoid that problem, run MP3 CD Burner in administrator mode. Right-click on MP3 CD Burner's desktop icon and select "Run...
19 Jun, 2008
document 943: How Can I Find Songs?
Acoustica MP3 CD Burner will automatically search your hard drive for songs on your computer. If it finds a new song, it adds it to the "Music Library". When you search for a song via the "Find" tab, it will first search your Music Library. After that, it will start a "Sound Scan" and scower...
19 Jun, 2008